Podcast Interview w/ Pascal Denault on Baptist Covenant Theology

Discussion in 'Covenant Theology' started by jason d, Apr 16, 2013.

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  1. jason d

    jason d Puritan Board Freshman

    Saw some post on Pascal Denualt's newest book "The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology: A Comparison Between Seventeenth-Century Particular Baptist and Paedobaptist Federalism."

    Thought y'all may be interest to know that we interviewed him on our new podcast (part two of his interview will be on next week).

    We are also giving away 3 of his books. You can check it all out here:

    http://confessingbaptist.com/podcast002/
     
  2. reaganmarsh

    reaganmarsh Puritan Board Senior

    Thanks for the heads-up!
     
  3. Post Tenebras Lux

    Post Tenebras Lux Puritan Board Freshman

    Great! That's a great read. Jason is yours an Independent Reformed Baptist Congregation or are you guys associated with ARBCA?
     
  4. Tyrese

    Tyrese Puritan Board Sophomore

    For some reason I'm not really feeling this book. I wish I could get more into the details of some of the issues that I have with it. I really feel like ever since this book came out Reformed Baptist are supposed to adopt the view of our "Paticular Baptist Forfathers" overnight. I think Chapter 1 in Greg Nichols book is alittle more consistant with Scripture. So far that's my two cents.
     
  5. Herald

    Herald Administrator Staff Member

    Pastor Denault's book scores by broadening the dialog on Baptist Covenant Theology.
     
  6. reaganmarsh

    reaganmarsh Puritan Board Senior

    I have enjoyed Nichols' book but haven't yet read Denault's work. I wouldn't argue with winning a copy to read, though! :)

    Unrelated: I'm glad to see another Boyce fan here on the PB (Post Tenebras Lux)!

    Okay, back to discussing Baptist covenant theology...
     
  7. JM

    JM Puritan Board Professor

    I ordered the book this morning.
     
  8. KSon

    KSon Puritan Board Junior

    I look forward to giving it a listen. My book arrived last week (along with Waldron's A Man As Priest In His Home). It is third "in line" to be read.

    As an aside, Jason, I have really been edified by your site. Keep up the good work!
     
  9. JM

    JM Puritan Board Professor

    My book arrived today along with "From Paedobaptism to Credobaptism" by Crampton.
     
  10. jason d

    jason d Puritan Board Freshman

    Not yet :) I and my pastor are currently teaching through the 1689 at our church and we hope to adopt it when we are done... after that we are planning on joining ARBCA
     
  11. eqdj

    eqdj Puritan Board Freshman

    :ditto:
    It's taking me a while to get through the book because I'm making notes on every page :book2:
     
  12. jason d

    jason d Puritan Board Freshman

    His book was more meant to show the 17th century particular baptist view,... as for a positive treatment of it, I know that Jeff Johnson is planning on putting out a book on that.
     
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